Missing Michigan cat turns up two months later...IN FLORIDA

Sometimes stories really do have happy endings. A Detroit-area cat known for her wandering habits went missing for two months before turning up again, but in Florida. Judy Sanborn of Detroit said her family's two-and-a-half-year-old cat, Bandit, went missing back in October. There was no sign of the feline until Sanborn got a phone call in mid-December from the BluePearl pet hospital in Tampa. Workers there said a woman dropped off Bandit saying the animal was a stray that followed her home. Workers found Bandit had a microchip and so contacted the animal's owner. Bandit is expected to make the trip home this week thanks to a pilot who agreed to give the cat a lift.



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